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Transportation Headlines for Saturday October 6, 2007

A vision of new rapid bus line - Service could go from El Monte to Cal Poly
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Boxer to hold hearing in SB on air pollution - Testimony is sought on truck, train effects
San Bernardino Sun

Container traffic down at local ports - Experts say retailers are importing less, reflecting weak consumer spending, housing decline
Daily Breeze

Drivers to test new way to fund roads; Instead of paying a gas tax, you pay for miles traveled
Government Innovators Network

Major Arts District Project Faces City Test - The $140 Million One Santa Fe Goes to the Planning Commission This Week (Metro Red Line Yards)
L.A. Downtown News

Making a case for quiet - San Clemente joins other cities and OCTA in a coordinated rail safety effort that could result in a 'quiet zone.'
Orange County Register

Neighbors wary of Santa Monica construction - An already traffic-challenged area searches for solutions ahead of projects to shore up bluffs over PCH and rebuild the California Incline,1,989994.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Ports plan workshop on Clean Truck Program

Public Transportation Ridership Continues To Climb In 2007
American Public Transportation Association

Rail problem throws wrench in Sprinter testing
North County Times/Californian

SANDAG to write regional bike plan
North County Time/Californian

Traffic Solutions: One Idea for La Brea
Curbed L.A.

Why Did The Press TOTALLY Fail Us On The Gloria Jeff Disaster?
L.A. Cowboy

You're Fired! - With Villaraigosa in the Center, Job Loss Is All the Rage
L.A. Downtown News